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What a delightful quilt!
Thank you! It was fun (and easy) to make, and hope the baby likes it also. <g> As a bonus, it didn't make nearly the mess I created at Retreat while working on my string quilt.
Thank you! It was fun (and easy) to make, and I hope the baby likes it also. <g> As a bonus, it didn't make nearly the mess I created at Retreat while working on my string quilt.
Now that's a happy quit. So nice for a baby. Plus you got to use some of your strings - win/win.
It is happy, isn't it? :-) Not really strings - jellyroll strips I made from my stash of blues. Hopefully the baby will be awake when I go over - and happy - and I'll be able to get a nice pic of him enjoying it. Haven't worked any more on my string quilt, having moved on to other time-related gifts, and don't plan to bring such a messy project to my next retreat in early May.
Thanks! I do love color! :-)
I hope he is awake when you go over!
you can rename yours 'Shelley'!!
I enlarged a panel for a charity quilt yesterday. And I used bits I had in my scrap pile! Lol, I had green triangles left over from something…so I cut white ones the same size and made borders for the top and bottom to make the quilt longer.
once I sewed them long enough to fit, they were too long, so I use a some left over strips to add to the sides to make it fit. Not too bad for using leftovers….
That is going to make some little person a wonderful hug giver. Great work on using up leftovers. There are times when leftovers have more flavor, I think this is one of those times.
Jo in ND where the snow is finally melting